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About Enthalpy

For over 25 years, Enthalpy has serviced the owners of complex, capital-intensive projects. We enable clients to minimise risks, assure project outcomes and maximise investment returns.

In this time, we have worked in the mining, resource, energy, infrastructure and utilities sectors, both in Australia and internationally – from the Andes in South America to the forests of Sweden.

Importantly, our plus 25 years’ of experience has been translated into a series of Enthalpy proprietary systems which underpin our service delivery.

These systems enable our clients to benefit from the knowledge gathered over the past 25 years and from what we continue to learn today across our diverse project-base.

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Mining Head Quarters: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Enthalpy’s International Respect

Since its formation in 1988, Enthalpy has served the project development and implementation needs of the international mining, resource, energy and utilities industries.

By using the best project management people, Enthalpy’s teams deliver capital investment outcomes with proven and prescriptive processes and systems underpinning the structures.

An owners’ representative and project management group, Enthalpy has won the respect of all major resource companies through consistency and hard work. This in turn has led to Enthalpy being engaged to advise at the most senior levels of industry.

Enthalpy’s Consistent Record

Enthalpy has shown it can retain and enhance key personnel while consistently improving the processes, systems and methodologies it uses.

This culture has led to a number of international groups acquiring Enthalpy’s intellectual property to achieve a leading edge in capital investment processes.

Enthalpy also has a demonstrated record of placing its people and processes within major international projects and clients’ organisations. This is a significant feature of Enthalpy’s capacity, and proof of how the company can contribute project management excellence.

Enthalpy’s High-calibre Clients

Enthalpy’s clients range from Alcoa and Alcan to BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Worsley and WMC.

With more than 50 of the world’s leading resources, energy and utility companies as references, Enthalpy can justifiably claim great success in securing quality clients. Of even greater pride is Enthalpy’s consistent record of clients returning to re-engage the organisation for further roles and services.

Enthalpy’s Culture

The culture of Enthalpy has been an important factor in the company’s continued success and growth. The company has maintained a ‘can do’ attitude during its growth from a small to medium-sized business.

Enthalpy’s Immediate Response

Enthalpy specialises in both long-term and short-term projects. For a group of our strength, no challenge will be ignored.

The response time of Enthalpy to meet clients’ critical needs has been consistently proven.

Enthalpy’s in-house database of benchmarks has been developing for more than a decade and has now reached a mature and effective level.

Many of Enthalpy’s clients now use the data to compare forecast outcomes and proportions with actual performances.

Enthalpy’s History

After originating in the Australian mining sector in the late 1980s, Enthalpy by the 1990s was operating in diverse locations ranging from the Andes in Argentina to the forests of Arctic Sweden.

Many assignments with an international flavour have been completed, with the fundamental principles of disciplined project management proving to be effective across the globe.

While mining originally dominated Enthalpy’s experience, the energy, utilities and infrastructure sectors have demanded Enthalpy’s continued commitment.

The same proven techniques and personnel skills have been found to translate easily across projects and industries.

Enthalpy’s Ability to Repeat Best Practice

One of the keys to success within Enthalpy is the guaranteed repeatability of proven best practice work.

Enthalpy intentionally follows a strategy of continuous improvement, captures the collective experiences of its project management teams and then translates these into a support framework for subsequent teams.

The result is an enormous body of intellectual property consisting of templates, proformas, checklists and databases, each able to be tailored to specific project needs.

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